Estonian Air

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The airline was established and started operations on December 1, 1991, shortly after Estonian independence was restored. It was founded by the Estonian government with aircraft acquired from the defunct local Aeroflot Division and was partially privatised in 1996.

AS Estonian Air is Estonia’s national carrier with 17 years of experience, owned by the Estonian state, SAS Group and investment bank AS Cresco. The home base of Estonian Air is Tallinn Airport.

The air transport services provided by Estonian Air consist of:

The Company is represented in Estonia and all destination countries by highly professional co-operation partners having long-term co-operation with the airline.

The goal of Estonian Air is to be an air-bridge between Estonia and rest of the world, offering to the customers a stable and punctual, safe and client-minded service and opening their perspectives.

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Estonian Air
Lennujaama tee 13
11101 Tallinn, Estonia

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+372 6401 101
+372 6016 092

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